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RE: Taghazout info please (water temp, swell size & frequency)« on: June 20 2009 08:06:00 »
Man, I came here politely asking for information and you richard was very agressive, and then when I decided to be agressive too you say something like that?!!?
I can't understand you, and I'm not the kind of guy that drops in everyone waves and neither this ones that are agressive in the water so man if I offended someone sorry but you should look to yourself first before say something bad about us(brazilians) I know that many surfers from here are complete idiots but I can guarantee you that there many ones that aren't.
and julie, did you read all teh posts to say something like that?
RE: Taghazout info please (water temp, swell size & frequency)« Reply #1 on: June 20 2009 08:06:00 »
this guys were very rude with me first and this was the only reason for my bad attitude and I say again sorry if I offended someone I came here only looking for some help but as long as I could see people here don't like to help (that should be the objective of this website, share information about surf trips)
Sorry again guys, I promisse nevermore post anything here cause i saw that I won't find any answers
RE: Taghazout info please (water temp, swell size & frequency)« Reply #2 on: June 21 2009 04:06:00 »
Joao, don't be so worried about what other people think, surfers are always smart arse, but i don't think people hate you or brazilians, if you are nice guy in the water and don't burn people or try to show off, it doesn't matter where you are in the world, people enjoy good waves and its great to share your travel stories around the campfire with a few beers and a smoke.. just go to Morrocco and have a nice time , if you get good waves and meet nice people then thats just all the better
RE: Taghazout info please (water temp, swell size & frequency)« Reply #3 on: November 08 2012 13:11:00 »
Despite the level of the conversation here, please share what you found out. I am planning to go to Marrocco in december/january but it seems hard to find reliable information on the web. Please, forgive these poor beings that offended you first. You can only blame their parents, and the parents of their parents for making them being so non-sense people.
RE: Taghazout info please (water temp, swell size & frequency)« Reply #4 on: November 09 2012 03:11:00 »
I like brazilians and your culture! one of my best friends is brazilian, so I am already in touch with this country.
Despite all, morocco in january is a good month, swell is consistent, water temperature is not so cold, I guess a 3/2 or shorty is enough!
here is a nice camp, which I found during my morocco research: http://www.marocsurf.co.uk/
however, I still havent been in morocco yet.
if you have any recommendations for brazil, let me know, I appreciate a lot. I am planning a world trip, which includes brazil. I wanted to surf Florianopolis, so if you have any recommendations regarding accomodation, let me know, or just email me:
obrigada & saludos!
RE: Taghazout info please (water temp, swell size & frequency)« Reply #5 on: September 24 2013 03:09:00 »
Please find more info in this website .. http://taghazout.biz . You will find more info about accommodation , car hire, surf camp, taxi transfer from Agadir airport and more
RE: Taghazout info please (water temp, swell size & frequency)« Reply #6 on: October 18 2013 13:10:00 »
*rofl* nice comments. too much testosterone, I guess...
ask the locals please - salah el baz - you can contact him via http://panorama-surfguiding.com/
oh yeah, and here the barrels you wanted:
(who finds the mistake in that picture...?)